Microsoft’s New Tool Can Detect Emotional States Of People In A Photo

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As part of Project Oxford, Microsoft today announced a new tool that can detect emotions of people in a photo. The emotion tool released today can be used to create systems that recognize eight core emotional states – anger, contempt, fear, disgust, happiness, neutral, sadness or surprise – based on universal facial expressions that reflect those feelings.

This tool is now open to developers and they can use these tools to create systems that marketers can use to gauge people’s reaction to a store display, movie or food. Or, they might find them valuable for creating a consumer tool, such as a messaging app, that offers up different options based on what emotion it recognizes in a photo. Try out the tool here.

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